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A CENSUS OF 

NEWINGTON, CONNECTICUT 
1776 



A 
CENSUS OF NEWINGTON 



CONNECTICUT 



Taken According to Households in I J J 6 

by 
JOSIAH WlLLARD 



Together with some 

DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE EARLY 
HISTORY OF THE PARISH 



Edited by 
Edwin Stanley Welles 

Member of the Conne&icut Historical Society 



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Published by 

FREDERIC B. HARTRANFT 

Hartford, Conn. 

1909 



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This edition is limited to 200 copies 
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M. D. W. 

ON HER BIRTHDAY 

THIS LITTLE WORK IS 

AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED BY HER SON 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 

I. Historical Preface 5 

II. Census of Newington, 1776, by Josiah Willard n 

III. Private Record of Deaths, 1784-1795 . . 27 

IV. Memoranda Relating to Newington, 1727- 

1787, by Daniel Willard .... 27 

V. Catalogue of the Children Attending the 

South School, 1766 .... 29 

VI. Catalogue of the Children Attending the 

North School, 1768, 1769 .... 29 

VII. A Minister and Society Rate for 1771 . 30 



PREFACE 



The story of this parish census is interesting. Its inception 
really dates back to an act of the memorable Continental Con- 
gress. At a session held Tuesday, December 26, 1775, " The 
Congress took into consideration the report of the Committee 
on the State of the Treasury, and thereupon came to the 
following resolutions : 

" Whereas an estimate hath lately been formed of the public 
expence already arisen, and which may accrue in the defence 
of America, to the 10 day of June next, in pursuance whereof 
this Congress, on the 29 day of November, resolved that a 
farther sum of three millions of dollars be emitted in bills of 

credit, 

Resolved, Therefore that the thirteen United Colonies be 
pledged for the redemption of the bills of credit so directed 

to be emitted. 

That each colony provide ways and means to sink its pro- 
portion of the said bills, in such manner as may be most 
effectual, and best adapted to the condition, circumstances, 
and equal mode of levying taxes in each colony. 

That the proportion or quota of each respective colony be 
determined according to the number of inhabitants, of all ages, 
including negroes and mulattoes in each colony. 

That it be recommended to the several assemblies, conven- 
tions, or councils, or committees of safety of the respective 
colonies, to ascertain, by the most impartial and effectual 
means in their power, the number of inhabitants in each re- 
spective colony, taking care that the lists be authenticated by 
the oaths of the several persons who shall be entrusted with 
this service ; and that the said assemblies, conventions, coun- 
cils, and committees of safety, do respectively lay before this 



Congress a return of the number of inhabitants of their respec- 
tive colonies, as soon as the same shall be procured." 1 

In response to this resolution the General Assembly of Con- 
necticut at its May session, 1776, enacted, 

" That the selectmen in the respective towns in this Colony, 
at or before the first day of September next, shall take and 
transmit to his Honor the Governor a particular and exact 
account of all the persons in, their respective towns in this 
Colony, as well negroes or slaves for life as white persons, 
distinguishing the number of those who are under the age of 
twenty years from those who are above that age, the sexes, 
or whether married or single, those in the militia, and all able 
bodied men who do not belong to the militia, also all those 
who are now in actual service, thereby to enable his Honor 
to prepare a compleat answer to a letter lately received from 
the Hon bIe John Hancock, Esq r , President of the Continental 
Congress 2 ; and that this act be forthwith printed, and dis- 
tributed by the Representatives in the present Assembly 3 ; and 
that the account or whole number of the persons in each town 
be attested on oath by the selectmen thereof, to have been 
faithfully and truly made and completed." 4 



'Journals of the Continental Congress, Washington, 1905, Vol. Ill, 1775, pp. 
457 and 458. 

2 This letter cannot be found. The one sent to the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts reads as follows: 

" Philadelphia 2 d JanT 1776 

Hon: ble Gentlemen 

I have the honor to transmit you several Resolutions pass'd in Congress, 
to which beg leave to refer you — The Money orderd in consequence of the 
Accounts you were pleased to transmit to your Delegates, sets off this day, of 
w:« h M r Gushing is so kind as to take charge. I hope it will arrive safe, and 
that the conduct of your Delegates in this instance will meet your Approbation — 

As I am now called upon to attend public bussiness, I beg leave to refer you 
to M r Cushing for further particulars — 

Wishing you the Compliments of the Season I have the honour to be. Gent: 
Your most obed:' Serv:u 

JOHN HANCOCK President" 
Hon. The Assembly 

8 Mr. Bates, the librarian of the Connecticut Historical Society, has called my 
attention to the fact that the accounts of Ebenezer Watson of Hartford show that 
he printed for the Colony a " Resolve for numbering the people of this colony," 
and also " Additions to resolve for numbering " [the people of this colony], by 
the middle of June, 1776. 

* Colonial Records of Connecticut, Vol. XV, pp. 312 and 313. 



It was in pursuance of this resolution that Josiah Willard 
(Aug. 9, 1739 — April 1, 1818), a member of one of the 
oldest and most influential families in Newington, took the 
census of the parish. 

A few years ago, the original manuscript containing the 
census from which my father, the late Roger Welles, tran- 
scribed the copy here printed, was in the possession of Mr. 
William A. Willard of Hartford, but is now unfortunately 
missing. 

One or two other facts however in regard to taking the 
census in Connecticut, we do know. 

The original resolution presented to the Lower House, 
with the exception of the precise date and the last clause which 
were added in the Upper House, was " Submitted by us your 
Honor's Humble Sev ts ." 



"Jed h Elderkin 
Daniel Sherman 
Marshf d . Parsons 
Oliver Stanley " 



r Comm ee 



Of this Committee Jedidiah Elderkin, Deputy for Wind- 
ham, was also a Member of the Council of Safety, Daniel 
Sherman was Deputy for Woodbury, Marshfield Parsons, 
Deputy for Lyme and Oliver Stanley, Deputy for Wallingford. 

The scheme according to which the census should be taken, 
is outlined in Document no, Volume IV, entitled Revolu- 
tionary War, in the Archives at the State Library, Hartford. 

As some may be curious to know what it was, an exact copy 
is here given : — 





Males under ten Years 




Females under ten Years 


— 
V. 


Males between ten & 

twenty Married 

or Single 




Females between ten 

& twenty Married 

or Single 




oj 


Males between twenty 

& Seventy Married 

or Single 




females between 
twenty & Seventy 
Married or Single 


03 

03 


Males Above Seventy 
Married or Single 

females Above Seventy 
Married or Single 


>— c 


51 o' 


Officers & Soldiers 
in Malitia Rolls 


Able Bodied Men 
between 16. & 45 — 
not in Malitia Rolls 


o 
•-i 


Men in the Continental 
Army 


CK) 

O 

5' 


Men Raised for defence 

of y e Colony & now 

in y e Colony 




Negro Males under 
Twenty 




Negro females under 
Twenty 




Negro Males above 
Twenty 




Negro females Above 
Twenty 



On the back of this document are these endorsements: 
In the Lower House 

This plan accepted and Approved and Ordered that the Numbers of the 
Inhabitants of this Colony be taken Accordingly 

Test TITUS HOSMER Clerk 
In the upper House 

Concurrd with this addition viz — these words, " included in the foregoing 
Numbers " — as noted in the pi. 

Test GEORGE WYLLYS Secrety 
Concurred in the Lower House 
Test Titus Hosmer Clerk 



How faithfully Josiah Willard performed his task can be 
seen by turning to his census. 

The missing dates supplied by me and printed in italics, are 
to be found, unless otherwise stated, in the Wethersfield 
Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths. A few other facts 
have been inserted which, it is believed, will enhance the value 
of the census to the genealogist and local historian. 

E. S. W. 

The Brick House, 

Newington Conn., 

August 31, 1908 



Our ancestors, by a wise attention to the home government 
for nearly two hundred years, came to be the best prepared 
people there were in the world for self-government. — Presi- 
dent Taft at the Norwich Celebration, July 5, 1909. 



II 



A CENSUS OF NEWINGTON 



August A. D. 1776. 

Record of all the persons living - in Newington, taken by 
families or households, in 1776 by Josiah Willard. 



I 


Born 

Joshua Andrus Dec. 11 1707 


2 


Sybil {Stoddard) Andrus Nov. 4 1705 


3 


Fitch Andrus Oct. 12 1739 


4 


William Andrus May 24 17 10 


5 


Lois {Whaples, Stephens) Andrus 1 


6 


Sylvia Andrus Apr. 17 1762 


7 


Cynthe Andrus Oct. 15 1765 


8 


Rhoda Andrus Oct. 14 1768 


9 


Lemuel Andrus Nov. 15 1771 




Naomi Andrus (added later) bapt. Sept. 22, 1/82 2 


10 


Mary (Gillett) Andrus 3 Nov. 2 1699 


11 


Eli Andrus Jan. 8 1737 


12 


Clement Andrus Oct. 31 1739 


13 


Abel Andrus May 6 1735 


14 


Eunice (Stoddard) Andrus [Aug. 22\ Sept. 1745 




(according to Andrews Memorial, p. 95) 


IS 


Amos Andrus Mar. 17 1765 


16 


Ruth Andrus Oct. 9 1766 


17 


Jared Andrus Apr. 10 1769 


18 


Hannah Andrus Feb. 1 1774 




Lydia Andrus (added later) bapt. May 20, i/8i* 


19 


Sarah (Welles) Andrus widoiv of Joseph Sept. 1716 


20 


Elias Andrus Feb. 16 1753 


21 


Phinehas Andrus May 26 1712 



1 Lois, widow of Darius Stephens, dau. of Jacob Whaples, who married William 
Andrus, March 15, 1759, Andrews Memorial, p. 90; and died Sept. 19, 1825, aged 
95. Annals of Newington, pp. 107 and 171. 

a Annals of Newington, p. 97. 

8 Widow of Caleb Andrus, who died Nov. 24, 1775. She died January 1, 1786. 
See Andrews Memorial, pp. 70 and 71. 

* Annals of Newington, p. 96. 



12 

Born 



22 

23 
24 

25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 

33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 



40 

41 
42 

43 

44 



Lois (Williams) Andrus 


July 1723 


Appleton Andrus 


Aug. 8 1757 


Phinehas Andrus 


July 19 1763 


Allies Andrus 


May 22 1735 


Phebe (Hurlbut) Andrus 1 




Miles Andrus 


July 7 1759 


Irene Andrus 


Jan. 17 1761 


Phebe Andrus 


Apr. 25 1762 


Jason Andrus 


Feb. 21 1768 


Benajah Andrus 


Nov. 13 1769 


Titus Andrus 


May 2, 1775 2 


Joseph Andrus 


Ap. 13 1743 


Asenath (Whaplcs) Andrus 


Mar. 13 1742 


Ruth Andrus 


Jan. 27 1763 


Mary Andrus 


Jan. 8 1770 


Roxalana Andrus 


Dec. 4 1 77 1 


Elisha Andrus 


Oct. 11 1773 


Bille Andrus 


Nov. 16 1775 


Sarah Andrus (added later) 


Sept. 13 1777 


Kata Andrus 


May 1779 


Asenath Andrus 3 " 




Asa Andrus 


Apr. 10, 1746 


Chloe (Andrus) Andrus 


Mar. 3 1748 


Frederic Andrus 


July 24 1768 


Lyman Andrus 


July 1 1772 


Chloe Andrus 


Feb. 3 1775 


Asa Andrus (added later) 




Sarah Andrus 




Silas Andrus 


Ap. 23 1750 


Oliver Atwood 


Mar. 1 1716 


Dorothy (Curtis) Atwood 




Levi Atwood 


May 10 1752 


John Atwood 


Apr. 16 1755 


Asher Atwood 


Dec. 27 1729 



45 
46 

47 
48 
49 
50 

5i 

52 Mary (Mitchclson) Atwood Died Mar. 27, 18 16, aged 88 x 

53 Bette Atwood Feb. 5 1759 

54 Mary Atwood Dec. 12 1762 

55 Ezekiel Atwood Aug. 19 1764 



1 Daughter of Joseph Hurlbut of Goshen. Andrews Memorial, p. 143. 

2 Andrews Memorial, p. 143. 

8 The Wethersfield Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths give the birth of 
Asenath Andrus as May 22, 1779, and omit the name of Kata from the family 
record. 

* Annals of Newington, p. 169. She was from Simsbury. 



13 



56 

57 
58 

59 
6o 
6i 
62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 
68 

69 
70 

7i 

72 
73 
74 
75 
7 6 

77 



78 

79 
80 
81 
82 

83 
84 
85 
86 

87 
88 

89 
90 

9i 



Daniel Atwood 

Rev. Mr. Joshua Belden 

Honor {Goodrich, Whiting) Belden 1 

Mary Belden 

Sarah Belden 

Anna Belden 

Martha Belden 

Octavia Belden 

Rhoda Belden 

Joshua Belden 

Hezekiah Belden (added later) 

Enos Blakesly 

Jonathan Blinn 

Sarah Blinn 

Sarah Blinn 

Jonathan Blinn 

Lucy Blinn 

James Blinn 

Lois (Wolcott) Blinn 

Lois Blinn 

James Blinn 

Elisha Blinn 

Unni Blinn 

Abigail Blinn (added later) 

Nancy Blinn 

Rhoda Blinn 2 

Israel Bordman 

Rebekah (Meekins) Bordman Died Dec. 

Elijah Bordman 

Samuel Bordman 

Rebekah Bordman 

George Bradley 

Peletiah Buck 

Jemima Buck 

Anne Buck 

Hannah Butler 

Israel Jennings 

Lydia Butler 

Charles Churchell 



Born 

July 1724 

Feb. 22, 1731-2 

Dec. 9 1755 

Sept. 29 1757 

July 6 1759 

July 24 1 76 1 

Oct. 27 1763 

May 29 1766 

Mar. 29 1768 

Feb. 17 1778 

Oct. 1 171 1 

Oct. 5 1727 

Jan. 31 1759 

Sept. 28 1762 

Jan. 8 1766 
Dec. 11 1730 
July 1742 
Mar. 17 1757 
May 14 1760 
Mar. 26 1763 
Mar. 25 1765 

March 1777 

Oct. 1778 

Jan. 17, 1756 

Sept. 18 1721 

9, 18 1 4, aged 9 i 3 

Mar. 31, 17 52 

Jan. 24, 1755 

June 3 1759 

Sept. 2 1698 

Oct. 2 1705 

Apr. 26 1747 

Apr. 12, 1748 

Apr. 12, 1748 
Dec. 31, 1723^ 



1 Daughter of Hezekiah Goodrich of Wethersfield and widow of Capt. Charles 
Whiting of Norwich. Annals of Newington, p. 122. 

a She was the daughter of Mary Hurlbut and " of .James Blinn as she saith": 
and married Joseph North, June 2, i?77- Annals of Newington, p. 109. 

•Annals of Newington, p. 169. 

*The Churchill Family in America, p. 33°. 



H 



92 Lydia (Belden) Churchell ( Sept. 6, IJ25 

93 Charles Churchell May 3 1755 

94 Samuel Churchell Apr. 5, 1757 

95 Hannah Churchell Dec. 27 1758 

96 Solomon Churchell July 29 1764 

97 Silas Churchell Apr. 1769 

98 Levi Churchell May 28 1752 

99 Elizabeth (Hurlbut) Churchell Dec. 28, 1748 

100 Elizabeth Churchell Jan. 20 1773 

10 1 Lydia Churchell Nov. 6 1775 
Noble Churchell (added later) Nov. 11 1778 

102 Joseph Churchell 

103 Nathaniel Churchell 

104 Martha Cole dau. of Phinchas Cole, bapt. Aug. 19, 1750 1 

105 John Camp Dec. 25 171 1 

106 Penelope (Deming) Camp Nov. 17 1717 

107 Joseph Camp July 1744 

108 Anne (Kellogg) Camp Apr. 16 1749 

109 Anne Camp Apr. 8 1773 

1 10 Ellener Camp. July 17, 1775 
Sarah Camp (added later) June 6 1778 
Joseph Camp " " Mar. 26, 1781 

in James Camp Nov. 30, 1746 

112 Elizabeth (Kilboum) Camp 2 

113 John Camp Apr. 6 1770 

114 Samuel Camp Aug. 25 1772 

115 Abigail Camp Oct. 30 1774 
Moses Camp (Added later) Apr. 15 1777 
Mary Camp " " Oct. 14, W^ 

116 Tonathan Curtiss Dec. 26, 171 4 

117 Hannah Curtiss 3 Mar. 1720 

118 Joseph Curtiss June 1756 

119 Hannah Curtiss Mar. 15 1758 

120 Polly Cooley 

121 Janna Deming Nov. 2 1718 

122 Anna (Kilboum) Deming [June 20, 1728] June 1729 

123 Elias Deming Apr. 11 1752 

124 Thomas Deming Oct. 27 1755 

125 Anne Deming Mar. 5 1758 



1 Annals of Newington, p. 88. 

2 Elizabeth Kilboum, who married (i) James Camp, Dec. 4. 1769; married (2) 
Zadock Hinsdale, Jan. 28, 1787, and died Feb. 28, 1814. Annals of Newington, 
pp. 108 and in, and Hinsdale Genealogy, p. 81. 

» Widow of Reuben Whaples, who died Oct. 22, 1748. She married Jonathan 
Curtiss, March 27, 1755. Annals of Newington, pp. 106 and 113, and Wethers- 
field Land Records, Vol. XIII, p. 15. 



*5 



Born 



126 Eunice Deming Apr. 6 1760 

127 John Deming May 6 1762 

128 Chloe Deming Apr. 25 1765 

129 Honor Deming May 4 1767 

130 Gad Deming June 19 1770 

131 Levi Deming Aug. 27 1772 

132 Stephen Deming Aug. 25 1723 

133 Hannah (Goodrich) Deming May 15, 1725 

134 Rosanna Deming Dec. 3 1750 

135 Sylvia Deming July 5 l 7S9 

136 Leonard Deming Sept. 7 1763 

137 Hannah (Lusk) Deming 2 

138 Ephraim Deming Feb. 25 1761 

139 
140 
141 
142 

H3 
144 

145 



Frederic Deming May 17 1765 

Lucretia Deming Mar. 19 1767 

Selah Deming Mar. 6 1769 

Roger Deming July 19 W 1 

Francis Deming J an - l 739 

Mary (Camp) Deming Dec. 21 1740 

Nancy Deming Dec. 11 1762 

146 Robert Deming Dec. 26 1763 

147 Barzilla Deming Mar. 21 1766 

148 Joseph Deming July 23 1769 

149 Mary Deming Oct. 15, 1770 

150 Jedidiah Deming Apr. 15 171 3 

151 Rebekah Deming Nov. 10, 1754* 

152 Elizur Deming Feb. 3 1751 

153 Lucina (Francis) Deming Apr. 7 1753 

154 James Deming July 29, 1776 
Anne Deming (Added later) Oct. 19, i7°o 

155 Ebenezer Dickinson Dec. 1733 

156 Mabel Dickinson Apr. 25 1737 

157 Waitstill Dickinson July 2 1758 

158 Hannah Dickinson Oct. 9 1761 

159 Oren Dickinson Sept. 20 1766 

160 Ebenezer Dickinson June 11 I77 1 
Oren Dickinson (added later) June 10 1779 

161 Samuel Davis 

162 Anne Davis 



1 Deming Genealogy, p. 67. 

' Hannah (Lusk) Deming was the widow of Waitstill Deming. who died March 
10, 1776. Deming Genealogy, p. 68. 

• The correct date of birth, if, as probable, this Rebecca was the daughter ■of 
Gamaliel Deming, who married Joseph Curtis, Dec. IS, 1778. Deming Genealogy, 
P- 7>- 



i6 

Born 

163 Anne Davis ( Nov. 10 1767 

164 Samuel Davis Nov. 5 1772 

165 Mary Davis Apr. 6 1775 
Bille Davis (added later) Jan. 1778 

166 William Dunston 
167 

168 Elizabeth Dunston 
169 

170 Lydia Fox June 1735 

171 Sarah Francis probably widow of Sergt. Thomas 

Apr. 1716 

172 Josiah Francis Sept. 18 1722 

173 Melliscent (Stoddard) Francis Jan. 29 1729 

174 James Francis Dec. 4 1755 

175 Asa Francis Nov. 8 1757 

176 Allein Francis Oct. 23 1760 

177 Roger Francis Apr. 29 1763 

178 Sarah Francis Apr. 1769 

179 Elias Francis Apr. 30 1748 

180 Thankful (Hunn) Francis June 17 1749 

181 Rachel Francis June 18 1772 

182 Seth Hun Francis Nov. 13 1774 
Levi Francis (added later) probably bapt. Nov. 10, 1776 1 

183 Justus Francis Nov. 8 1750 

184 Keturah (Andrus) Francis Nov. 14, 1752 
Appleton Andrus Francis (added later) Aug. 9 1778 

185 Hezekiah Francis Mar. 11 1738 

186 Deborah Francis 2 

187 Rosewell Francis Dec. 27 1762 

188 Hosea Francis Oct. 14 1764 

189 Thomas Francis Aug. 10 1766 

190 Selah Francis Aug. 10 1766 

191 Adonijah Francis bapt. Aug 9, 1772* 

192 Hannah Francis bapt. June 12, 1774* 

193 Manda Francis Aug. 31 1769 

194 Hezekiah Francis bapt. Feb. 16, 1777* 
Adonijah Francis (added later) June 28, 1778 

195 Olive Frazier 5 Apr. 2 1753 

196 Irene Fuller Nov. 14 1757 



1 Annals of Newington, p. 95. 

2 Said to have been Deborah Blinn. Stiles' Ancient Wethersfield, Vol. II, p. 
340. 

8 Annals of Newington, p. 94. 
4 Annals of Newington, p. 95. 

6 Olive, daughter of Charles Frazier, married January 22, 1778, Phineas Kelogg, 
who was born June 7, 1756. The Kelloggs in the Old World and the New, Vol. I, 
p. 214. 



17 

Born 

197 Justus Francis 2d Jan. 25, 1762 1 

198 Benjamin Goodrich July 21 1717 

199 Sarah (Dcivey) Goodrich Aug. 2, 1712* 

200 Rhoda Goodrich Mar. 23, 1750 

201 David Goodrich Mar. 16, 1757 

202 John Goodrich 3 Aug. 21 , 1754 

203 Abigail Price 

204 Mary Goodrich 

205 Elizur Goodrich 

206 Hannah Goodrich 
207 

208 John Graham 

209 Hannah (Hunn) Graham April <?[/],( ?) 1747 
dan. of Samuel Hunn. See Wethersfield Land Records, 

Vol. XIV, p. 305. 

210 Samuel Graham June 19 1771 

211 Clara Graham June 9 1773 

212 Mary Graham bapt. June 25, 1775* 
Hannah Graham (added later) Mar. 30 1777 
Sarah Graham " " Jan. 7 1779 

213 Josiah Griswold 

214 Gideon Hun Mar. 12 1710 

215 Rebecca Hun Feb. 3 1709 

216 Rebecca Hun Mar. 5 1740 

217 Eunice Hun May 1 1752 

218 Enos Hun Mar. 1 1745 

219 Esther (Smith) Hun died June 6, 1817, aged 03 5 

220 Elisheba Hun May 6 1774 
David Hun (added later) Jan. 29 1779 
Rebecca Hunn " " bapt. May 27, 1781 s 

221 Amos Hurlbut Apr. 14 1717 

222 Sarah (Latimer) Hurlbut May 29 1719 

223 Charles Hurlbut Nov. 4 1707 

224 Martha Hurlbut 

225 Jerusha Hurlbut Apr. 18 1744 

226 John Hurlbut Apr. 10 1751 

227 Elias Hurlbut Feb. 17 1742 



1 Son of Elijah Francis of Berlin. See Francis Family, p. 67. 

2 She was Sarah Dewey, dau. of Daniel and Catherine (Beckley) Dewey. Dewey 
Genealogy, p. 850. 

8 John Goodrich, 3d, and Abigail Price, married Oct. 1, 1776. Annals of New- 
ington, p. 109. 

* Annals of Newington, p. 95. 

B Wethersfield Inscriptions, p. 167. 

• Annals of Newington, p. 96. 

3 



18 



228 


Patience (Blinn) Hurlbut 1 




229 


Mehitable Hurlbut 


June 19 1764 


230 


Ellener Hurlbut 


July 25 1766 


231 


Martha Hurlbut 


Feb. 1 1770 


232 


Phebe Hurlbut 


Jan. 25 1773 


233 


Absalom Hurlbut 


May 29 1775 




Jemima Hurlbut (added later) 


June 2 1779 


234 


Sybil Hurlbut 


Nov. 4, 1705 


235 


Fitch Hurlbut 


Feb. 27 1726 


236 


Jemima (Hunn) Hurlbut 


Aug. 20 1740 


237 


Lemuel Hurlbut 


Aug. 21, 1 7 50 2 


238 


Tabitha (Nott) Hurlbut 


Aug. 21, 1752 s 




Hannah Hurlbut (added later) 


April 10, 1777 2 




Lemuel Hurlbut 


Nov. 10, 177S 2 


239 


Levi Hurlbut 


Mar. 20, 1744 


240 


Martha (Hurlbut) Hurlbut 


Feb. 11 1747 


241 


Roger Hurlbut 


Oct. 1 1767 


242 


Seth Hurlbut 


Jan. 16, 1775 


243 


Martin Kellogg 


Aug. 2 1718 


244 


Mary (Boardman) Kellogg 


Sept. 79, 171Q 


245 


Ellener Kellogg 


Mar. 10 1755 


246 


Jemima Kellogg 


Aug. 23, 1757* 


247 


Martin Kellogg 


July 18 1746 


248 


Hannah (Robbins) Kellogg 


Mar. 10, 1750 


249 


Hannah Kellogg 


Jan. 17 1774 


250 


Mary Kellogg 


May 26 1776 




Jemima Kellogg (added later) 


Dec. 20, 1778 




Martin Kellogg 


July 24, 178 1 


251 


Elizabeth (Russell) Kellogg 


May 17, 1729* 


252 


Cynthia Kellogg 


May 26, K 1764 


253 


Phineas Kellogg 5 




254 


Eunice Kilborn 


Feb. 10, 1719 


255 


Timothy Kilborn 


Aug. 23,. 1723 



1 She was Patience Blinn and married Elias Hurlbut, April 4, 1764. Annals 
of Newington, p. 107. 

2 Hurlbut Family, p. 126. 

8 Wethersfield Inscriptions, p. 178. 

* Elizabeth Russell, daughter of John Russell, Jr., of Wethersfield, married 
Nov. 9, 1749, Stephen Chester Kellogg, who died Aug. 24, 1767. See The Kel- 
loggs in The Old World and the New, Vol. I, pp. 100 and 101. 

B Perhaps an error for Joseph, born Feb. 23, 1767. See The Kelloggs in The 
Old World and the New, Vol. I, p. 101. Phineas, son of Abraham Kellogg of 
New Hartford, born June 7, 1756, married Olive Frazier of Newington, January 
22, 1778. See footnote 5, page 16. 



'9 

Born 



256 


Prudence (Deming) Kilborn 1 




257 


Seth Kilborn 


Oct. 27 1754 


258 


Happy Kilborn 


Aug. 25 1757 


259 


Simon Kilborn 


Nov. 23 1759 


260 


Abigail Kilborn 


Sept. 16 1764 


261 


Timothy Kilborn Jun r 


[May 9] May 4 1752 


262 


Mary (Dcming) Kilborn 2 




263 






264 


Henry Kirkham 


Aug. 30 1728 


265 


Mary (Hnrlbut) Kirkham 


Oct. 10 1734 


266 


Samuel Kirkham 


Mar. 14 1759 


267 


John Kirkham 


Nov. 5 1760 


268 


Eunice Kirkham 


May 1764 


269 


Abigail Kirkham 


Mar. 1 1766 


270 


Sarah Kirkham 


Feb. 1770 


271 


Samuel Landres 3 




272 


Sarah Landres 




273 


Samuel Landres 


Mar. 30 1765 


274 


Sarah Landres 


Aug 3, 1766 


275 


Vannaras Landres [June 6, i//i] July 7 1770 


276 


Lemuel Landres 


June 6, 1773 


277 


Hannah Landres 


Nov. 12, 1775 


278 


Luther Latimer 


[Oct. 17] Oct. 6 1744 


279 


Dorothy (Smith) Latimer 


Dec. 8 1744 


280 


Uzziel Latimer 


Nov. 1 1769 


281 


Esther Latimer 


Mar. 17 1772 


282 


Olive Latimer 


Mar. 1776 


283 


Lois Latimer 


May 8, 1750 


284 


Sarah Latimer 


April 12, 1754 




Benjamin Landres 4 


Apr. 28, 1768 


285 


David Lowrey 


July 23, 1740P 


286 


Lucy (Cole) Lowrey 


bapt. Dec. 25, 1748 s 


287 


Lucy Lowrey 


July 26 1771 




Mary Lowrey (added later) 


Dec. 1 1778 


288 


John Lusk 


May 5 1703 


289 


Jane Lusk 


Dec. 25 1708 



1 She was the daughter of Josiah Deming and married Timothy Kilbourn, 
Aug. 15, 1751. Deming Genealogy, p. 33. 

2 She was Mary Deming and married Timothy Kilbourn, Jr., Jan. 5, 1775. 
Annals of Newington. p. 109. 

3 Samuel Landers and Lemuel Whittlesey were survivors of the fearful Havana 
Expedition of 1762, serving in the company of Capt. John Patterson of Farmington. 
See Stiles' Ancient Wethersfield, Vol. I, pp. 412 and 413. 

* He was the third child of the foregoing Samuel and Sarah Landers. 

5 Timlow's Sketches of Southington Genealogies, p. 166. 

9 She was Lucy Cole, daughter of Phinehas Cole, and died Feb. 2, 1826, aged 77. 
See Annals of Newington,, pp. 88, 108, and Wethersfield Inscriptions, p. 182. 



20 

Born 

290 James Lusk - Apr. 17 1746 

291 Abigail (Belden) Lusk Aug. 10 1753 
Love (Graham) Lusk (added later) Oct. 1, 1753 1 
Abigail Belden Lusk ' " " July 27, 1781 

292 Mary Lusk 3 

293 Eli jab Lusk Dec. 15, 1754 

294 Levi Lusk bapt. April 3, 1757 3 

295 Morris 
296 

297 Abisha Marks 

298 Rhoda (Latimer) Marks Oct. 25, 1746 
if as likely, she zvas the daughter of John and Anna 

(Grimes) Latimer 

299 Asahel Marks June 15 1771 
Bildad Marks (added later) Sept. 2 1777 

300 Jedidiah Mills 

301 Sarah (Andrns) Mills Feb. 1756 4 

302 Betsey Mills Sept. 20 1776 
Sally Mills (added later) Feb. 21 1778 
Julia Mills " " Aug. 31 1779 

303 Zebulon Mygatt 5 

304 Samuel Richards Oct. 1727 

305 Lydia Richards Apr. 22 1725 

306 William Richards Oct. 9 1755 

307 Pelatiah Richards Sept. 5 1759 

308 Lucretia Richards Jan. 4 1762 

309 Seth Richards Oct. 5 1764 

310 Selah Richards Sept. 17 1767 

311 Joseph Richards Oct. 1740 

312 Mary (Kelsey) Richards May 12, 17 45* 

313 Thomas Richards Apr. 16 1765 

314 Joseph Richards June 14 1767 

315 Oliver Richards July 8 1769 

316 Janna Richards 

317 Unni Robbins Feb. 9, 17 41-2 

318 Marv (Kellogg) Robbins Apr. 18 1743 



1 Suftield Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths, Vol. I, p. 122. Love Graham 
of Suffield became the second wife of James Lusk. 

2 Mary Lusk was admitted to full communion in the Newington Church, July 1, 
1770. Annals of Newington, p. 84. 

3 Annals of Newington, p. 90. 

* The Wethersfield Records give the birth of Sarah, daughter of Joseph Andrus, 
who married June 6, 1776, Jedidiah Mills, as Jan. 12, 1756. 

B Zebulon Mygatt, son of Zebulon of East Hartford, died in Wethersfield, April 
8, 1783. 

8 Daughter of Enoch and Mary Kelsey of Berlin. Hartford Probate Files. 



21 

Born 



319 Unni Robbins Nov. 29 1765 

320 Prudence Robbins Jan. 23 1767 

321 Martin Robbins Dec. 30 1770 
-?22 Abigail Robbins Apr. l8 *775 
323 David Russel Aug. 29, 1726^ 
?2 4 Thankful Seymour Mar 1712 
325 Elias Seymour Apr. 28 1746 
^26 Elizabeth (Wolcott) Seymour Aug. 12 1746 
W Jerusha Seymour Mar. 24 177° 

328 David Seymour May 24 1772 

329 Nancy Seymour Apr. 17 1774 
**o Elizabeth Seymour Sept. 19 1775 

Theodore Seymour (added later) June 22 1778 

Eunice Seymour " " Nov. 24, 1780 

331 Abel Seymour Feb. 13 J74i 

332 George Seymour July ^ WP 

333 Ashbel Seymour Jan. 25 1748 
\\\ Thankful Seymour Apr. 5 1750 
335 Lois Seymour Oct. 10 i 7 54 
t.t.6 Luscinda Smith 

337 Joseph Steel Sept. 1747 or 8* 
-^8 Olive (Churc hill) Steel 3 

339 John Squier ^ Fefc 8, 1813, aged 75" 

340 Rozette (Blinn, Kirkham) Squier 5 

341 Lois Squier a/ 9 !2£ 

342 Rozetta Squier « May 1769 
3 343 John Squier Dec r* 770 
344 Lucy Squier ' ' •* 
7.AK Rhoda Squier , 
346 Elisha Stoddard Aug. 19 1736 
T47 Dorothy (J^'Ward) Stoddard Sept. 26 1741 

Chloe Stoddard (added later) Apr. 16 1777 

Elisha Stoddard " Sept. 10 1779 

Simeon Stoddard " " Sept. 12 1782 

Uf. as.probabl, he was the son of John Russel^of Wethersficld. David Rus- 
sell died m Newington Jan. , 4,^80 s aged 80 ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Uq ^„ 
E I n:-yTn be an y old 2 acc A ou 1 nt I b 7 o 6 o 4 k belonging to Gideon Hunn, p. 3-. 

* Son of James and Mercy (Cowles) Steele. Steele Family, p. 2 S . 

s Daughter of Giles Churchill. See The Churchill Family, p. 335- She married 
Joseph Steele, Oct. a 7 , '774- Annals of Newington, p. 109. 

* Annals of Newington, p. 168. 

5Rosetta Blinn was widow of Nathaniel Kirkham, who died June 26. i 7 S9. at 
Fort Edward, N. Y. Annals of Newington, p. 114. 



22 

Born 

348 Eli Stoddard , Feb. 1739 

349 Abigail (Ativood) Stoddard Aug. 28 1747 

350 Levi Stoddard Apr. 9 1771 

351 Roxalana Stoddard Dec. 9 1772 

352 Mary Stoddard Aug. 9 1775 

353 Benjamin Stoddard 1 [Feb. 2, 1743] Feb. 2 1742 

354 Rhoda Stoddard 1 [Oct. 50] Oct. 31 1754 

355 Solomon Stoddard Died Mar. 18, J/9/, in his 67th year* 

356 Anne (Andrus) Stoddard 

357 Anne Stoddard Jan. 11 1760 

358 Jonathan Stoddard Jan. 18, 1738 

359 Sabara (Andrus) Stoddard July 28 1739 

360 Anne Stoddard June 29 1763 

361 Sabara Stoddard July 27 1765 

362 Jennet Stoddard Aug. 31 1767 

363 Honor Stoddard July 16 1770 

364 Jonathan Stoddard [July 24, 1773] l 77 2 

365 Olive Stoddard June 3 1775 

366 Enoch Stoddard Jan. 10 1746 

367 Dinah {Fuller) Stoddard Aug. 1749 

368 Jehiel Stoddard Oct. 1769 

369 Abigail Stoddard Feb. 10, 1776 

370 Joseph Stoddard Aug 21 1747 

371 Mary (Fuller) Stoddard Jan. 29 1748 

372 Joseph Stoddard Dec. 23, 1768 

373 Zebulon Stoddard Aug. 19, 1770 

374 Jesse Stoddard July 29, 1772 

375 Mary Stoddard July 10, 1774 
Percy Stoddard (added later) [Dee. 10, 1778] Nov. 1778 
Candace Stoddard " " bapt. July 8, 1781 3 

376 David Stoddard Sept. 23 1749 

377 Flannah Whaples Apr. 30 1703 

378 Ephraim Whaples 

379 Elizabeth (Baxter) Whaples Mar. 23, 1707-8 

380 Huldah Whaples Sept. 25 1733 

381 Ephraim Whaples Apr. 22 1736 

382 Elisha Whaples Sept. 8 1737 



1 Children of Thomas and Mary (Camp) Stoddard. Rhoda Stoddard married 
Levi Curtis, Jan. 4, 1779, and removed to Lenox, Mass. Stiles' Ancient Wethers- 
field, Vol. II, p. 686, and Annals of Newington, p. no. 

1 Wethcrsfield Inscriptions, p. 175. 

3 Annals of Newington, p. 96. 



23 

Born 



383 


Daniel Warner 






384 


Edward Weaver 






385 








386 


Hannah Weaver 




Feb. 20 1767 


387 


Mary Weaver 




Sept. 9 1769 


388 


Eli Whaples 




Mar. 1739 


389 


Elizabeth (Foster) 


IV ha pies 


June 26, 1739 1 


390 


Sarah Whaples 




Mar. 25 176=5 


391 


Reuben Whaples 




Feb. 28 1768 


392 


Honour Whaples 




Jan. 14, 1770 


393 


Elisha Whaples 




Feb. 12, 1772 


394 


Phebe Whaples 




May 9 1774 


395 


Abigail Whaples 








Samuel Whaples (added later) 


July 28 1780 


396 


Robert Welles Cap'l 


t. 


Sept. 7 1710 


397 


Abigail (Burnham) 


Welles 


Sept. 1 7 13 


398 


Sarah Welles 




Jan. 22 1738 


399 


Abigail Welles 




Apr. 6 1749 


400 


Appleton Welles 




June 16 1753 


401 


Rhoda Welles 




July 29 1756 


402 


Robert Welles Jun r 




Feb. 17 1740 


403 


Abigail (Hurlbut) 


Welles 


June 16 1741 


404 


Robert Welles 




Sept. 27 1 761 


405 


Abigail Welles 




Jan. 5 1764 


406 


Absalom Welles 




Mar. 14 1766 


407 


Hannah Welles 




bapt. June 4, 1769* 


408 


William Welles 




Jan. 14 1707 


409 


Martha Welles 




Oct. 27 1749 


410 


Levi Welles 




July 10 1765 


411 


Elijah Welles 




Oct. 26 1744 


412 


Sarah (Kellogg) Welles 


Dec. 18 1750 


413 


Chester Welles 




May 16 1775 




Sarah Welles (added later) 


Sept. 9 1777 




Alma Welles 


u 


Aug. 29, 1780 


414 


James Welles 




Feb. 10 1748 


4i5 


Lucy (Wells) Welles 


Died Sept. 13, 


1783, in her 38th year 3. 


416 


James Welles 




Sept. 6 1772 


4i7 


Lucy Welles 




Sept. 29, 1774 


418 


Clara Welles 




Feb. 8, 1777 



1 He married March 7, 1765, Elizabeth, dau. of John and Phebe (Cornwell) 
Foster of Middletown. First Congregational Church Records of Middletown.^ For 
date of birth, see Middletown Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths, Vol. I, 
P. 8 S . 

2 Annals of Newington, p. 94. 

3 Wethersfield Inscriptions, p. 169. 



24 

Born 

Austin Welles (added later) [Dec. 23, 1778} Nov. 23 1778 

Beulah Welles " " Oct. 29, 1780 

419 Lemuel Whittlesey May 16 1740 

420 Hannah (Welles) Whittlesey Apr. 22 1742 

421 Hannah Whittlesey June 8 1765 
424 Lemuel Whittlesey July 3, 1772 1 

423 Dorothy Whittlesey Mar. 17 1770 

424 Lemuel Whittlesey July 3, 177 2 1 

425 Chauncey Whittlesey Oct. 14, 1777 1 

426 Elizabeth Willard probably Elizabeth (Filer) 

widow of Deacon Josiah July 2 169- 

427 Daniel Willard July 3 1 l 7 10 

428 Dorothy (Deming) Willard Oct. 21 1716 

429 Josiah Willard Aug. 9 1739 
Honour Willard Nov. 5 1746 
Hannah Willard Dec. 21 1748 
William Willard Nov. 23 1750 
Daniel Willard Apr. 7 1753 
Lydia Willard May 25 1757 
Ezekiel Winchell Feb. 26, 1758 2 

436 David Woolcott Mar. 3 17 10 

437 Abigail (Loomis) Woolcott Mar. 15 1709 

438 Eunice Woolcott May 26 1748 

439 David Woolcott Aug. 26 1744 

440 Hannah (Munscll) Woolcott 

441 Hannah Woolcott Jan. 4 1770 

442 Lydia Woolcott Jan. 6 1772 

443 Elizabeth Woolcott Feb. 1 1774 

444 David Woolcott Jan. 1 1776 

445 George Wolcott [Jam. 18, 1747] 3 Jan. 1748 

446 Elizabeth (Nott) Wolcott [Sept. 29, 1750] Oct. 1751 

447 George Wolcott Aug. 16 1774 

448 William Wolcott Apr. 24 1776 
Betsey Wolcott (added later) Apr. 18 1780 
Sally Wolcott " " June 20 1782 

44^> Josiah Wolcott June 21 1771 

45b Sion Wentworth 4 1754 



430 
431 
432 
433 
434 
435 



1 Whittlesey Genealogy, p. 70. Chauncey Whittlesey removed to Lenox, Mass. 

2 If, as probable, he was the son of Dan and Lois (Curtiss) Winchell of 
Farmin'gton. See Winchell Genealogy, p. s 2 - 

s The Wolcott Memorial, p. 127. 

*Sion Wenthvvorth, b. , 1754, d. April 18, 1323; m. (1) Anna Stoddard, 

b. Jan. 11, 1760, d. Aug. 2, 1780; (2) May 11, 1789, Rebecca, dan. of Israel and 
Rebecca (Meekins) Boardman, b. June 3, 1759; d. March 21, 1814- See Board- 
man Genealogy, p. 670. 



25 

Born 

451 Caleb Wolcott Dec. 19, 1728 1 

452 Jerusha {Price) Wolcott 2 

453 Eunice Wolcott bapt. Feb. 23, 1755 3 

454 Elizur Wolcott May 12 1754 

455 Esther (Andrus) Wright widow of Thomas 

Wright Died Dec. 10, 1811, aged /p 4 

456 John Wright Jan. 13 1762 

457 Michael Wright Jan. 19 1765 

458 Sarah Wright Oct. 30, 1767 

459 Esther Wright Apr. 1771 

460 Lydia Wright May 1773 

Colored Servants. 

461 Guinea Belonged to Deacon Josiah Willard 

Annals of Newington, p. 145 

462 Prince* 

463 Step " Negro of Lieut. [Martin] Kellogg " 

Ibid, p. 95 

464 Pomp Owned by Deacon John Camp 

Ibid, p. 14S 

465 Mingo Dec. 26 1763 

466 Katern Belonged to Lieut. Martin Kellogg 

467 Pegg Daughter of Step and Katern bapt. May 2, 1773 

Ibid, pp. 95 and 145 
Recapitulation — Whites 460 
Colored 7 



Total = 467. 

Families formed or come into the Society since Aug, 1776. 

James Mitchell Mar. 2, 1732-3 

Hannah {Warner) Mitchell Oct 3, 1744 

James Mitchell Jun r Jan. 25, 1774 
William Mitchell [July 28] July 30 1779 

Pelatiah Haydon June 1768 

Lemuel Churchell Mar. 14 1766 

Martha Churchell Oct. 1769 



1 The Wolcott Memorial, p. 127. 

2 She was from Glastonbury. 

3 Annals of Newington, p. 90. 

* Wethersfield Inscriptions, p. 155. 

* Stephen Kellogg deeds land to Prince, negro servant, to Mr. Phinehas An- 
drus, Dec. 31, 1759, at a place called the Half Moon in the Society of Newington. 
Wethersfield Land Records, Vol. XI, p. 112. 



26 

Born. 

Ethan Lusk , Oct. 2 1770 

Ezekiel Deming Apr. 1763 

Samuel Churchcll April 5, 1757 l 

Mercv {Boardman) Churchell Aug. 2, 1757 1 

Chisleu Churchell Dec. 4, 1779 1 

Joseph Churchell Died April 26, 1812, aged 62 

Rhoda {Goodrich) Churchell Mar. 23, 1750 

Nathaniel Churchell 

Eunice Churchell 

Joseph Curtiss June 1756 

Rebecca {Deming) Curtiss Nov. 10, 1754 2 

Elias Deming April 11, 1752 

Martha {Welles) Deming Oct. 27, 1749 

John Hurlbut Apr. 10 1751 

Phebe Hurlbut 3 

Lucy Hurlbut Jan. 23 1778 

Mary Hurlbut Jan. 29 1782 

Jedicliah Smith 

Elizabeth {Kellogg) Smith 

Benajah Bordman May 14, 1749 

Martha {Churchill) Bordman Oct. 5, 1751 

Mekins Bordman May 17, 1773* 

Edward Howard 5 July 6 1763 

Amos Buck 

Abigail {Stoddard) Buck 

Dorothy Buck 

Ashbel Seymour Jan. 25, 1748 

Abigail {Welles) Seymour April 6, 1749 

Ashbel Seymour Dec. 6 1777 

Erastus Seymour July 2 1779 

Elias Deming April 11, 1752 

Martha {Welles) Deming Oct. 27, 1749 

Enos Deming Aug. 20 1779 

William Deming Oct. 13, 1782 



1 Stiles' Ancient Wethersfield, Vol. II, p. 226. 

2 Deming Genealogy, p. 71. 

3 Evidently an error. John Ilurlburt married, Jan. 12, 1778, Judith Horner, 
sister of Phebe Horner, who was born April 28, 1757. Annals of Newington, p. 
no. 

* Boardman Genealogy, p. 672. 

B He married Anne Stoddard, Nov. 13, 1783. Annals of Newington, p. in. 



V 

Samuel Pratt Born 

Hannah {Wolcott) Pratt 

Huldah Pratt Apr. 14 1779 

Lydia Pratt [Jan. 18] Jan. 13 1780 

PRIVATE RECORD OF DEATHS 1784-1795 

The "Annals of Newington " show that the deaths entered 
on the records of the Congregational Church there, are miss- 
ing from August 31, 1772, to November 23, 1804. 

A private record of deaths during that interval in the posses- 
sion of M. Lewis Stoddard of Newington, is hereunder given : 
it is unfortunate that the list is so meagre: — 

Seth Kilborn's wife died Feb. 22, 1784 1 

Penelope Camp died April 15, 1784 

Jonathan Curtis died June 5, 1784 

Eunice Andrus died Jan'y 23, 1785 

Mary Francis died the night after the 4th of March, 1785 

Sybil Andrus died May 30, 1785 

Appleton Wells died July 29, 1785 

Gideon Hun died August 29, 1785 

Oliver Atwood died Sept. 26, 1785 

Lemuel Whittlesey Ju r died Oct. 8, 1785 

Prudence Kilburn died Oct. 21, 1785 

Widdow Mary Andrus died Jan'y 1, 1786 

Obediah Smith died Jan'y 28 or 29, 1786 

Capt. Robert Wells died Feb. 3, 1786 

Dea. Joshua Andrus died April 25, 1786. 

Zebulon Goodrich died April 6, 1787 

Charles Holabud died June 14, 1787 

Jane Lusk died the night after the 5th of February, 1789 

Rachel Coslet died the night after the 7th of April, 1790 

Stephen Deming died April 24, 1790 

Widdow Sarah Francis died May 19, 1790 

Elisha Stoddard died July 2, 1790 

George Woolcut's wife died April 18, 1795 

Abigail Woolcut died April 20, 1795 

MEMORANDA RELATING TO NEWINGTON 1727-1787 
The following memoranda were jotted down by Daniel 
Willard (July 31, 1 710 — June 1, 1800), and are copied from 
the original manuscript in the possession of Dr. De Forest 
Willard of Philadelphia. 

July 2nd. 1741 There was atached our muster role for to 
be ready at one hour's warning by Name as foloweth 

1 She was Lois, daughter of James and Lois (Wolcott) Blinn, born March 17, 
1757, and married Seth Kilbourn, April 19, 1781. See page 13 and Annals of 
Newington, p. no. 



28 

Ensign Robert Wells 

Sar nt Caleb Andrus Daniel Willard, Abraham Waren ^ 
Sar nt Samuel Churchill Nathanel Churchill Elisha Deming 
Drumer David Wright William Andrus Janna Deming 
Cor pl Jonathan Whapls Judah Wright Benjamin Goodrich 

Corporal Zebulin RobinsHenry Kirkham Jonathan Elin 

Samuel Hun Joseph Andrus Martain Kellogg 

Jonathan Denorah Jedidiah Atwod David Colman 
Thomas Stodor Steadman Younge Thomas Robins 
Zebulin Stodor Elijah Andrus Charls Holebut 

Josiah Whitellsey 

In August 1739 was the war proclaimed betwen England 

and Spain 

November ye 9 1738 I married to my wife Dorothy 

upon august 14 1739 my wife taken sick of the intermiting 

fever for wich I pray god to restore her again to health 
my son Josiah Born upon august ye 9: 1739 about three of 

the Clock in the afternoon 

September 9 1787 Died my Beloved Wife in ye 71 year of 

Her Age 

September 4 1776 Died William Willard at East Chester near 

New York aged 25 years 9 months and 12 days. 

October 21 1740 Died my Negro boy called Bristo aged 

nine year 

April 29 1 741 Died my sister Mary Griswould 1 
September 26 1741 Was born my daughter Dorrothy 
September 20 1742 Died Jabez Whetelsey junior 

1732-1733 John Willard, living in Newington; 
Ephraim Whaples; 
Mr. Beckus. 

1727 John Willard, 

Simon Willard deceased, Josiah Willard administrator ; 
Doc. Joseph Andrus; 

1727 Josiah Willard; 

Nov. 14th. 1742, died Ephraim Deming, father of Mrs. 
Willard. 

1743, died Elizabeth Buck, July 20th. 

March 15th. 1744, Chloe [Willard] born 

1745, War was proclaimed between France and England. 

May 2d. 1745, Stephen Deming enlisted for war, Cape Breton 

Feb. 2nd. 1746, died, the Rev. Mr. Simon Beckus, pastor of 
this church at Cape Breton ; 

Feb. 4th. 1747, died Captain John Camp; 

1 Wife of Jonathan Griswold. 



2 9 

Nov. 5th. 1746, Honour [Willard] born 

Nov. nth. 1747, Rev. Mr. Joshua Belding, ordained; 
Sept. 2nd. 1748, died [Elizabeth] child of Josiah Wright; 
Sept. 5th. 1748, died Amos Andrus; 
Sept. 15th. 1748, died Hannah Andrus; 
Oct. 22nd. 1748, died Ruben W[h]aples; 
Dec. 2 1 st. 1748, born Hannah Willard; 
Nov. 23rd, 1750, born William Willard; 
Dec. 2nd, 1750, died James Patterson; 

July 10th. 1752 died [Prudence] wife of Mr. Josiah Deming; 
— *yApr. 7th. 1753, born Daniel Willard about one-half past six 
/ o'clock in the afternoon. 

May 25th. 1757, born Lydia Willard; 

May 31st. 1759, died, Mary Willard; 

March 30th. 1763, died Chloe Willard; 

March 30th. 1766, died Ephraim Willard, my brother; 

1739, living in Newington, Samuel Hun; 

Daniel Hooker; 
1735, living in Newington, David Curtis, 
1 741. " " John Welles; 

1739 " " Martin Kellog; 
1 74 1 " " John Camp; 

1740 " " Elisha Williams. 

*A CATALOGUE OF THE CHILDREN THAT CAME TO 

ME TO SCHOOL AT THE SOUTH SCHOOL IN 

NEWINGTON IN DECEMBER 1766. 

Levi Churchel Sarah Deming 

Charles Churchel Martin Deming 

Samuel Churchel Chloe Kirkum 

Hannah Churchel Samuel Kirkum 

Elias Deming John Kirkum 

Daniel Deming Lois Squire 

Thomas Deming Elizur Woolcot 

Anne Deming Abijah Wright 

Eunice Deming Asa Wright 
v John Deming 

*A CATALOGUE OF THE CHILDREN THAT CAME TO 

THE NORTH SCHOOL IN NEWINGTON IN 

THE WINTER OF THE YEAR 1768. 

Elias Andrus Phinehas Andrus 

Silas Andrus Sylvia Andrus 

Appleton Andrus John Atwood 

* From a manuscript in the possession of Dr. De Forest Willard of Philadelphia. 



30 



Hezekiah Atwood 
Enos Blakesley 
Samuel Boardman 
Samuel Buck 
Charles Churchell 
Samuel Churchell 
Joseph Curtiss 
Miles Curtiss 
John Chambers 
Titus Deming 
Wait Dickinson 
Hannah Dickinson 
James Francis 
Asa Francis — 
Allein Francis 
Roger Francis 
Rosewell Francis 
Gad Fullar 
Eli Hurlbut 



/ 



Chester Kellogg 
Stephen Kellogg 
Simeon Kellogg 
William Richards 
Peletiah Richards 
Lucretia Richards 
Seth Richards 
Samuel Stoddard 
Esther Stoddard 
Mabel Stoddard 
Elizab th Stoddard 
Anne Stoddard 
Simon Welles 
Appleton Welles 
Robert Welles 
Daniel Willard 
David Webster 
James, Negro. 



The following names not on the above list 

" Catalogue " of those attending the North 
winter of 1769: — 

Anne Andrus Betty Atwood 

Johnson Andrus Ezekiel Atwood 

Miles Andrus Mary Atwood 

Pamela Andrus Hosea Francis 



appear in 
School in 



the 
the 



*A MINISTER AND SOCIETY RATE FOR THE YEAR 1771. 

Made by us this 21 day of Feb. 1772. 
Gideon Hun 

Charles Churchell l-Committee 
Elisha Stoddard J 



Andrus Caleb 
Andrus Joshua D n 
Andrus Joseph 
Andrus Phinehas 
Andrus William 
Andrus Elijah 



Andrus Miles 
Andrus Asa 
Andrus Joseph J r 
Atwood Oliver 
Atwood Asher 
Andrus Abel 



Original in the possession of Dr. De Forest Willard of Philadelphia. 



3i 



Andrus Eli 
Andrus Clement 
Buck Peletiah 
Blin Jonathan 
Blin James 
Boardman Israel 
Boardman Sherman 
Churchel Charles Cap 1 
Camp John D n 
Camp Joseph 
Curtis Jonathan 
Churchel Joseph 
Deming Janna 
Deming Jedidiah 
Deming Stephen 
Deming Waitstil 
Deming Gamaliel 
Deming Francis 
Dickinson Ebenezer 
1/ Davis Samuel 
Francis Thomas 
Francis Josiah 
Francis Elias 
Francis Hezekiah 
Goodrich Benjamin 
Goodrich Ebenezer 
Hurlbut Charles 
Hurlbut Joseph 
Hurlbut Fitch 
Hurlbut Amos 

Hurlbut Christopher 

Hurlbut Levi 

Hurlbut Elias 

Hun Gideon 

Kellogg Martin 

Kellogg Elizabeth 

Kilborn Timothy 

Kirkum Henry 

Kilborn Eunice 

Lusk John 

Lusk James 

Lowrey David 

Latimer Luther 

Lee Josiah D n 

Lee Stephen 

Robbins Uni 



Seymour Bavil & Ashbel 
Stoddard Thomas 
Stoddard Solomon 
Stoddard Jonathan 
Stoddard Eli 
Stoddard Enock 
Stoddard Joseph 
Stoddard David 
Seymour Elias 
Squire John 
Stedman Elisha 
Welles Robert Cap 1 
Welles William 
Welles Robert jr 
Wolcott David 
Wolcott George 
Wolcott Caleb 
Wolcott George jr 
Whaples Ephriam 
Whaples Ephraim junr 
Whaples Elisha 
Whaples Daniel 
Whaples Eli 
Whitelsey Lemuel 
Wright Thomas 
Willard Daniel 
Willard Elizabeth 
Webster Samuel 
Webster Medad 
Andrus Epaphras 
Andrus Fitch 
Andrus Samuel 
Atwood Hezekiah 
Boardman Benajah 
Grayham John 
Richards Samuel D r 
Richards Joseph 
Kelsey John 
Kilborn Eunice jr 
Judd James 
Steel James junr 
Try on Aaron 
Catlin Mary 
Holtom Abigail 
Merrel Mary 
Goodrich Zebelon 



Goodrich Zebclon junr 



In the old Society 
Chester John Col. 
Dickinson Thomas 
Deming Elisha 
Francis Robert 
U0 Mitchel James 
Standish Hannah 
Standish James 
Welles Thomas Cap 1 
Welles Solomon Esq 
Welles Hezekiah 
Wolcott Samuel 
Goodrich David 



In the Beckleys 
part 
Andrus Daniel 



32 



Deming Jacob 
Celsey Charles 
122 Kelsey Enock 
Steel Samuel 

Sum total 5788-2-6 

Four folds 

White Thomas 
Hooker Elijah 
Waters Benjamin 
Standish Hannah 
Standish James 
Crane Lydia 
Whitelsey Lemuel 
Hnnn Gideon 

Total — 317-4-0 



INDEX 



Andrus, Abel, n, 30 
Amos, 11, 29 
Anne, 22, 30 
Appleton, 12, 29 
Asa, 12, 30 
Asa, Jr., 12 
Asenath, 12 
Asenath (Whaples), Mrs. 

Joseph, 12 
Benajah, 12 
Bille, 12 
Caleb, 30 
Caleb, Serg't, 28 
Chloe, 12 

Chloe (Andrus), Mrs. Asa, 12 
Clement, 11, 31 
Cynthe, 11 
Daniel, ^2 
Eli, 11, 31 
Elias, 11, 29 
Elijah, 28, 30 
Elisha, 12 
Epaphras, 31 
Esther, 25 
Eunice (Stoddard), Mrs. Abel, 

11, 27 
Fitch, 11, 31 
Frederic, 12 
Hannah, 11, 29 
Irene, 12 
Jared, 11 
Jason, 12 
Johnson, 30 
Joseph, 12, 28, 30 
Joseph Doc, 28 
Joseph, Jr., 30 
Joshua, 11 
Joshua, Dea., 27, 30 
Kata, 12 
Keturah, 16 
Lemuel, 11 
Lois (Whaples, Stephens), Mrs. 

William, 11 
Lois (Williams), Mrs. Phine- 

has, 12 
Lydia, 11 



Andrus, Lyman, 12 

Mary, 12 

Mary (Gillett), widow of Caleb, 
11, 27 

Miles, 12, 30 

Miles, Jr., 12 

Naomi, 11 

Pamela, 30 

Phebe, 12 

Phebe (Hurlbut), Mrs. Miles, 12 

Phinehas, 11, 29, 30 

Phinehas, Jr., 12 

Rhoda, 11 

Roxalana, 12 

Ruth, 11, 12 

Sahara, 22 

Samuel, 31 

Sarah, 12, 20 

Sarah (Welles), widow of Jo- 
seph, 11 

Silas, 12, 29 

Sybil (Stoddard), Mrs. Joshua, 
11, 27 

Sylvia, 11, 29 

Titus, 12 

William, 11, 28, 30 

Atwood, Abigail, 22 
Asher, 12, 30 
Daniel, 13 
Dorothy (Curtis), Mrs. Oliver, 

12 
Elizabeth, (Betty), 12, 30 
Ezekiel, 12, 30 
Hezekiah, 30, 31 
Jedidiah, 28 
John, 12, 29 
Levi, 12 
Mary, 12, 30 
Mary (Mitchelson), Mrs. Asher, 

12 
Oliver, 12, 27, 30 

B 

Backus, Mr., 28 
Simon, Rev., 28 

Baxter, Elizabeth, 22 



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Belden, Abigail, 20 
Anna, 13 
Hezekiah, 13 
Honor (Goodrich, Whiting), 

Mrs. Joshua, 13 
Joshua, Jr., 13 
Joshua, Rev., 13, 29 
Lydia, 14 
Martha, 13 
Mary, 13 
Octavia, 13 
Rhoda, 13 
Sarah, 13 

Blakesly, Enos, 13, 30 

Blinn, Abigail, 13 
Elisha, 13 
James, 13, 31 
James, Jr., 13 
Jonathan, 13, 28, 31 
Jonathan, Jr., 13 
Lois, 13 

Lois (Wolcott), Mrs. James, 13 
Lucy, 13 
Nancy, 13 
Patience, 18 

Rhoda, 13. See also Hurlbut 
Rozetta, 21 
Sarah, 13 

Sarah, Mrs. Jonathan, 13 
Unni, 13 

Boardman, Bordman, Benajah, 26, 

31 

Elijah, 13 

Israel, 13, 31 

Martha (Churchill), Mrs. Be- 
najah, 26 

Mary, 18 

Meekins, 26 

Mercy, 26 

Rebecca, 13 

Rebecca (Meekins), Mrs. Israel, 

13 

Samuel, 13, 30 
Sherman, 31 

Bradley, George, 13 

Bristo, [Negro], 28 

Buck, Abigail (Stoddard), Mrs. 
Amos, 26 
Amos, 26 
Anne, 13 
Dorothy, 26 



Buck, Elizabeth, 28 
Jemima, Mrs. Pelatiah, 13 
Pelatiah, 13, 31 
Samuel, 30 

Burnham, Abigail, 23 

Butler, Hannah, 13 
Lydia, 13 



Camp, Abigail, 14 
Anne, 14 

Anne (Kellogg), Mrs. Joseph, 14 
Eleanor, (Ellener), 14 
Elizabeth (Kilbourn), Mrs. 

James, 14 
James, 14 
John, 14, 29 
John, Capt., 28 
John, Dea., 31 
Joseph, 14, 31 
Joseph, Jr., 14 
Mary, 14, 15 
Moses, 14 
Penelope (Deming), Mrs. John, 

14. 27 
Samuel, 14 
Sarah, 14 

Catlin, Mary, 31 

Chambers, John, 30 

Chester, John, Col., 32 

Churchill, Churchell, Charles, 13, 
30 
Charles, Capt., 31 
Charles, Jr., 14, 29, 30 
Chislieu, 26 
Elizabeth, 14 
Elizabeth (Hurlbut), Mrs. Levi, 

T 4 

Eunice, Mrs. Nathaniel, 26 

Hannah, 14, 29 

Joseph, 14, 26, 31 

Lemuel, 25 

Levi, 14, 29 

Lydia, 14 

Lydia (Belden), Mrs. Charles, 14 

Martha, 25, 26 

Mercy (Boardman), Mrs. Sam- 
uel, 26 

Nathaniel, 14, 26, 28 

Noble, 14 

Olive, 21 



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Churchill, Churchell, Rhoda 

(Goodrich), Mrs. Joseph, 26 
Samuel, 14, 26, 29, 30 
Samuel, Serg't, 28 
Silas, 14 
Solomon, 14 

Cole, Lucy, 19 
Martha, 14 

Coleman, David, 28 

Cooley, Mary, (Polly), 14 

Coslet, Rachel, 27 

Crane, Lydia, 32 

Curtiss, David, 29 
Dorothy, 12 
Hannah, 14 

Hannah, Mrs. Jonathan, 14 
Jonathan, 14, 27, 31 
Joseph, 14, 26, 30 
Miles, 30 

Rebecca (Deming), Mrs. Joseph, 
26 



D 

Davis, Anne, 16 

Anne, Mrs. Samuel, 15 

Bille, 16 

Mary, 16 
- Samuel, 15, 31 

Samuel, Jr., 16 

Deming, Anna (Kilbourn), Mrs. 
Janna, 14 
Anne, 14, 15, 29 
Barzilla, 15 
Chloe, 15 
Daniel, 29 
Dorothy, 24 
Elias, 14, 26, 29 
Elisha, 28, 32 
Elizur, 15 
Enos, 26 
Ephraim, 15, 28 
Eunice, 15, 29 
Ezekiel, 26 
Francis, 15, 31 
Frederic, 15 
Gad, 15 
Gamaliel, 31 

Hannah (Lusk), widow of 
Waitstill, 15 



Deming, Hannah (Goodrich), 
Mrs. Stephen, 15 
Honor, 15 
Jacob, 32 
James, 15 
Janna, 14, 28, 31 
Jedidiah, 15, 31 
John, 15, 29 
Joseph, 15 
Josiah, 29 
Leonard, 15 
Levi, 15 
Lucina (Francis), Mrs.Elizur, 

IS. 
Lucretia, 15 

Martha (Welles), Mrs. Elias, 26 
Martin, 29 
Mary 15, 19 

Mary (Camp), Mrs. Francis, 15 
Nancy, 15 
Penelope, 14 
Prudence, 19 

Prudence, Mrs. Josiah, 29 
Rebecca, 15, 26 
Robert, 15 
Roger, 15 
Rosanna, 15 
Sarah, 29 
Selah, 15 

Stephen, 15, 27, 28, 31 
Sylvia, 15 
Thomas, 14, 29 
Titus, 30 
Waitstill, 31 
William, 26 

Denorah, Jonathan, 28 

Dewey, Sarah, 17 

Dickinson, Ebenezer, 15, 31 
Ebenezer, Jr., 15 
Hannah, 15, 30 
Mabel, Mrs. Ebenezer, 15 
Oren, 15 
Thomas, 32 
Waitstill, 15, 30 

Dunston, Elizabeth, 16 
William, 16 



Foster, Elizabeth, 23 
Fox, Lydia, 16 



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Francis, Adonijah, 16 
Allein, 16, 30 
Amanda, (Manda), 16 
Applcton Andrus, 16 
Asa, 16, 30 

Deborah, Mrs. Hezekiah, 16 
Elias, 16, 31 
Hannah, 16 
Hezekiah, 16, 31 
Hezekiah, Jr., 16 
Hosea, 16, 30 
James, 16, 30 
Josiah, 16, 31 
Justus, 16 
Justus, 2d, 17 
Keturah (Andrus), Mrs. Justus, 

16 
Levi, 16 
Lucina, 15 
Mary, 27 
Milliscent (Stoddard), Mrs. 

Josiah, 16 
Rachel, 16 
Robert, 32 
Roger, 16, 30 
Rosewell, 16, 30 
Sarah, 16 

Sarah, widow of Thomas, t6, 27 
Selah, 16 
Seth Hunn, 16 
Thankful (Hunn), Mrs. Elias, 

16 
Thomas, 16, 31 

Frazier, Olive, 16 

Fuller, Dinah, 22 
Gad, 30 
Irene, 16 
Mary, 22 



Gillett, Mary, 11 

Goodrich, Benjamin, 17, 28, 31 
David, 17, 32 
Ebenezer, 31 
Elizur, 17 
Hannah, 15, 17 
Honor, 13 
John, 17 
Mary, 17 
Rhoda, 17, 26 
Sarah, 17 
Zebulon, 27, 31 
Zebulon, Jr., 32 

Graham, Clara, 17 



Graham, Hannah, 17 

Hannah (Hunn), Mrs. John, 17 

John 1 , 17, 31 

Love, 20 

Mary, 17 

Samuel, 17 

Sarah, 17 

Griswold, Josiah, 17 
Mary, wife of Jonathan, 28 

Guinea, [Negro], 25 

H 
Hayden, Pelatiah, 25 

Holabud, Charles, 27. See also 
Hurlbut 

Holebut, Charles, 28. See also 
Hurlbut 

Holtom, Abigail, 31 

Hooker, Daniel, 29 
Elijah, 32 

Howard, Edward, 26 

Hunn, David, 17 
Elisheba, 17 
Enos, 17 

Esther (Smith), Mrs. Enos, 17 
Eunice, 17 

Gideon, 17, 27, 30, 31, 32 
Hannah, 17 
Jemima, 18 
Rebecca, 17 

Rebecca, Mrs. Gideon, 17 
Samuel, 28, 29 
Thankful, 16 

Hurlbut, Holabud, Holebut, Abi- 
gail, 23 
Absalom, 18 
Amos, 17, 31 
Charles, 17, 27, 2S, 31 
Christopher, 31 
Eleanor, (Ellener), 18 
Eli, 30 
Elias, 17, 31 
Elizabeth, 14 
Fitch, 18, 31 
Hannah, 18 
Jemima, 18 

Jemima (Hunn), Mrs. Fitch, 18 
Jerusha, 17 



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Hurlbut, John, 17, 26 
John, 17, 26 
Joseph, 31 
Lemuel, 18 
Levi, 18, 31 
Lucy, 26 
Martha, 18 

Martha, Mrs. Charles, 17 
Martha (Hurlbut), Mrs. Levi, t8 
Mary, 19, 26 
Mehitable, 18 

Patience (Blinn), Mrs. Ehas, 18 
Phebe, 12, 18 
Phebe, Mrs. John, 26 
Rhoda, 13. See also Blinn 
Roger, 18 
Sarah (Latimer), Mrs. Amos, 17 

Seth, 18 
Sybil, 18 
Tabitha (Nott), Mrs. Lemuel, 



James, [Negro], 30 
Jennings, Israel, 13 



Kilbourn, Abigail, 19 
Anna, 14 
Elizabeth, 14 
Eunice, 18, 31 
Eunice, Jr., 31 
Happy, 19 

Lois (Blinn), wife of Seth, 27 
Mary (Deming), Mrs. Timothy, 

Jr., 19 

Prudence (Deming), Mrs. Tim- 
othy, 19, 27 

Seth, 19 

Simon, 19 

Timothy, 18, 31 

Timothy, Jr., 19 

Kirkham, Abigail, 19 
Chloe, 29 
Eunice, 19 
Henry 19, 28, 31 
John, 19, 29 

Mary (Hurlbut), Mrs. Henry, 19 
Roze'tta (Blinn), 21 
Samuel, 19, 29 
Samuel, Jr., 19 
Sarah, 19 



Judd, James, 31 

K 
Katern, [Negro], 25 

Kellogg, Anne, 14 

Chester, 30 

Cynthia, 18 

Eleanor (Ellener), 18 

Elizabeth, 26, 31 , , 

Elizabeth (Russell), widow of 
Stephen C, 18 

Hannah, 18 

Hannah (Robbins), Mrs. Mar- 
tin, Jr., 18 

Jemima, 18 

Martin, 18, 28, 29, 31 

Martin, Jr., 18 

Mary, 18, 20 

Mary (Boardman), Mrs. Mar- 
tin, 18 

Phineas, 18 

Sarah, 23 

Simeon, 30 

Stephen, 30 

Kelsey, Charles, 32 
Enoch, 32 
John, 31 
Mary, 20 



Landers, Landres, Benjamin, 19 
Hannah, 19 
Lemuel, 19 
Samuel, 19 
Samuel, Jr., 19 
Sarah, 19 

Sarah, Mrs. Samuel, 19 
Vannaras, 19 

Latimer, Dorothy (Smith), Mrs. 
Luther, 19 
Esther, 19 
Lois, 19 
Luther, 19, 31 
Olive, 19 
Rhoda, 20 
Sarah, 17, 19 
Uzziel, 19 

Lee, Josiah, Dea., 31 
Stephen, 31 

Loomis, Abigail, 24 

Lowrey, David, 19, 31 
Lucy, 19 
Lucy (Cole), Mrs. David, 19 



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Lowrey, Mary, 19 

Lusk, Abigail Belden, 20 

Abigail (Belden), Mrs. James, 20 

Elijab, 20 

Ethan, 26 

Hannah, 15 

James, 20, 31 

Jane, Mrs. John, 19, 27 

John, 19, 31 

Levi, 20 

Love (Graham), Mrs. James, 20 

Mary, 20 

M 

Marks, Abisha, 20 
Asahel, 20 
Bildad, 20 

Rhoda (Latimer), Mrs. Abisha, 
20 

Meekins, Rebecca, 13 

Merrel, Mary, 31 

Mills, Elizabeth, (Betsey), 20 
Jedidiah, 20 
Julia, 20 

Sarah, (Sally), 20 
Sarah (Andrus), Mrs. Jedidiah, 
20 

Mingo, [Negro], 25 

Mitchell, Hannah (Warner), Mrs. 
James, 25 
James, 25. 32 
James, Jr., 25 
William, 25 

Mitchelson, Mary, 12 

Morris, , 20 

Munsell, Hannah, 24 

Mygatt, Zebulon, 20 

N 

Nott, Elizabeth, 24 
Tabitha, 18 



Patterson, James, 29 
Pegg, [Negro], 25 
Pomp, [Negro], 25 



Pratt, Hannah (Wolcott), Mrs. 
Samuel, 27 
Huklah, 27 
Lydia, 27 
Samuel, 27 

Price, Abigail. 17 
Jerusha, 25 

Prince, [Negro], 25 

R 

Richards, Janna, 20 
Joseph, 20, 31 
Joseph, Jr., 20 
Lucretia, 20, 30 
Lydia, Mrs. Samuel, 20 
Mary (Kelsey), Airs. Joseph, 20 
Oliver, 20 
Pelatiah, 20, 30 
Samuel, 20 
Samuel, Dr., 31 
Selah, 20 
Seth, 20, 30 
Thomas, 20 
William, 20, 30 

Robbins, Abigail, 21 
Hannah, 18 
Martin, 21 

Mary (Kellogg), Mrs. Unni, 20 
Prudence, 21 
Thomas, 28 
Unni, 20, 31 
Unni, Jr., 21 
Zebulon, Corporal, 28 

Russell, David, 21 
Elizabeth, 18 



Seymour, Abel, 21 
Abigail (Welles), Mrs. Ashbel, 

26 
Ashbel, 21. 26, 31 
Ashbel, Jr., 26 
Bavil, 31 
David, 21 
Elias, 21, 31 
Elizabeth, 21 
Elizabeth (Wolcott), Mrs. Elias, 

21 
Erastus, 26 
Eunice, 21 
George, 21 
Jerusha, 21 



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Seymour, Lois, 21 
Nancy, 21 
Thankful, 21 
Theodore, 21 

Smith, Dorothy, 19 
Elizabeth (Kellogg), Mrs. Jedi- 

diah, 26 
Esther, 17 
Jedidiah, 26 
Luscinda, 21 
Obadiah, 27 

Squire, Squier, John, 21, 31 
John, Jr., 21 
Lois, 21, 29 
Lucy, 21 
Rhoda, 21 
Rozetta, 21 

Rozetta (Blinn, Kirkham), Mrs. 
John, 21 

Standish, Hannah, 32 
James, 32 

Stedman, Elisha, 31 

Steel, James, Jr., 31 
Joseph, 21 
Olive (Churchill), Mrs. Joseph, 

21 
Samuel, 32 

Step, [Negro], 25 

Stephens, Lois (Whaples), 11 

Stoddard, Abigail, 22, 26 

Abigail (Atwood), Mrs. Eh, 22 

Anne, 22, 30 

Anne (Andrus), Mrs. Solomon, 

22 
Benjamin, 22 
Candace, 22 
Chloe, 21 
David, 22, 31 

Dinah (Fuller), Mrs. Enoch, 22 
Dorothy (Willard), Mrs. Elisha, 

21 

Eli, 22, 31 
Elisha, 21, 27, 30 
Elisha, Jr., 21 
Elizabeth, 30 
Enoch, 22, 31 
Esther, 30 
Eunice, 1 1 
Honor, 22 



Stoddard, Jehiel, 22 
Jennet, 22 
Jesse, 22 
Jonathan, 22, 31 
Jonathan, Jr., 22 
Joseph, 22, 31 
Joseph, Jr., 22 
Levi, 22 
Mabel, 30 
Mary, 22 

Mary (Fuller), Mrs. Joseph, 22 
Melliscent, 16 
Olive, 22 
Percy, 22 
Rhoda, 22 

Roxalana, 22 

Sahara, 22 

Sahara (Andrus), Mrs. Jona- 
than, 22 

Samuel, 30 

Simeon, 21 

Solomon, 22, 31 

Sybil, 11 

Thomas, 28, 31 

Zebulon, 22, 28 



Tryon, Aaron, 31 

W 

Warner, Daniel, 23 
Hannah, 25 

Warren, Abraham, 28 

Waters, Benjamin, 32 

Weaver, Edward, 23 
Hannah, 23 
Mary, 23 

Webster, David, 30 
Medad, 31 
Samuel, 31 

Welles, Wells, Abigail, 23, 26 

Abigail (Burnham), Mrs. Rob- 
ert, 23 

Abigail (Hurlbut), Mrs. Robert, 
Jr., 23 

Absalom, 23 

Alma, 23 

Appleton, 23, 27, 30 

Austin, 24 

Beulah, 24 

Chester, 23 



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Welles, Clara, 23 
Elijah, 23 
Hannah, 23, 24 
Hezekiah, 32 
James, 23 
James, Jr., 23 
John, 29 
Levi, 23 
Lucy, 23 

Lucy (Welles), Mrs. James, 23 
Martha, 26 

Martha, Mrs. William, 23 
Rhoda, 23 
Robert, 23, 30 
Robert, Capt, 23. 27, 31 
Robert, Ensign, 28 
Robert, Jr., 23, 31 
Sarah 11, 23 

Sarah (Kellogg), Mrs. Elijah, 23 
Simon, 30 
Solomon, 32 
Thomas, Capt., 2,2 
William, 23, 31 

Wentworth, Wintworth, Sion, 24 

Whaples, Abigail, 23 
Asenath, 12 
Daniel, 31 
Eli, 23, 31 
Elisha, 22, 23, 31 
Elizabeth (Baxter), Mrs. Eph- 

raim, 22 
Elizabeth (Foster), Mrs. Eli, 23 
Ephraim, 22, 28, 31 
Ephraim, Jr., 22, 31 
Hannah, 22 
Honour, 23 
Huldah, 22 

Jonathan, Corporal, 28 
Lois, 11 
Phebe, 23 
Reuben, 23, 29 
Samuel, 22, 
Sarah, 23 

White, Thomas, 2- 

Whiting, Honor (Goodrich), 13 

Whittlesey, Chauncey, 24 
Dorothy, 24 
Hannah, 24 

Hannah (Welles), Mrs. Lemuel, 
24 



Whittlesey, Jabez, Jr., 28 
Jpsiah, 28 
Lemuel, 24, 31, 32 
Lemuel, Jr., 24, 27 
Roger, 24 

Willard, Chloe, 28, 29 
Daniel, 24, 28, 29, 31 
Daniel, Jr., 24, 30 
Dorothy, 21, 28 
Dorothy (Deming), Mrs. Daniel, 

24, 28 
Elizabeth, 24, 31 
Ephraim, 29 
Hannah, 24, 29 
Honour, 24, 29 
John, 28 

Josiah, 11, 24, 28 
Lydia, 24, 29 
Mary, 29 
Mrs., 28 
Simon, 28 
William, 24, 28, 29 

Williams, Elisha, 29 
Lois, 12 

Winchell, Ezekiel, 24 
Abigail, 2y 

Wolcott, Woolcott, Abigail, 27 
Abigail (Loomis), Mrs. David, 

24 
Caleb. 25, 31 
David, 24, 31 
David, Jr., 24 
Elizabeth, (Betsey), 24 
Elizabeth (Nott), Mrs. George, 

24, 27 
F.Hzur, 25, 29 
Eunice, 24, 25 
George, 24, 27, 31 
George, Jr., 24, 31 
Hannah, 24, 27 
Hannah (Munsell), Mrs. David. 

Jr., 24 
Jerusha (Price), Mrs. Caleb, 25 
Josiah, 24 
Lois, 13 
Lydia, 24 
Samuel, 32 
Sarah, (Sally), 24 
William, 24 

Wright, Abijah, 29 
Asa, 29 



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Wright, David, (Drummer), 28 Wright, Lydia, 25 

Elizabeth, 29 Michael, 25 

Esther, 25 Sarah, 25 

Esther (Andrus), widow of Thomas, 31 

Thomas, 25 
John, 25 Y 

Josiah, 29 

Judah, 28 Young, Steadman, 28 



A Census of 
Newington, 
Connecticut 
1776 



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